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Old Sep 17, 2006, 5:34 PM   #1
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Some very sharp pictures,magnific colours,I like them !!

Can you send some humming birds here :roll:

I never had the chance to see one !!

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Nice pictures, ay.
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You have them in Quebec in the summertime. You won't see them unless you have the right flowers or the right feeder as above.

And they are really small.

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You have them in Quebec in the summertime. You won't see them unless you have the right flowers or the right feeder as above.

And they are really small.
Yeah, I know that thereare some in Quebec but I never had the chance to see one of them flying !!

I saw a few pictures of hummers from here :-)


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Boily..That feeder I use costs about 3-4 dollars and all you need is sugar water to put in it. The wife sometimes uses cherry kool-aid or a food color to help attract them. Ya' gotta be quick as the are almost always in motion and only the size of the last joint of your thumb!

Great captures Ay. Mine are starting to leave here and don't apear quite as often!

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Old Sep 17, 2006, 8:15 PM   #8
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Thanks guys. these little ones are pretty hard to capture. we didnt have them around untill we put out the feeder, it only took a couple of days and then they started showing up. I took pics of them but they are so small that it was hard to see them even at full zoom, was only able to get these after the tcon came in. I was about ten feet away and at full zoom with the tcon. I am realy glad I listened to you about the tcon it makes a world of difference.

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I will probably try to take humming bird pictures next year

For the moment I enjoy looking at others pictures !!
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Boily....Your countryman BrianHare was at one time posting some beautiful shots of Hummers. Think he lived a little north of you!

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